Manta Rays at Risk

I just finished this personal project called "Manta Rays at Risk" using photos I took during my holidays in Maldives and Hawaii. The final movie is in 4k and you can download it on vimeo. Mantas have been classified Read more

My first experience using Magic Lantern RAW

  Model: Lea Filmed & Edited by Martin Ureta Music: Jake Bugg - Two Fingers Software: Magic Lantern RAW v2.3 1920x1080 25fps - Card CF LEXAR 1000x This is my first test using the Magic Lantern RAW during a photo shooting of my cousin Read more

Interview with filmmaker and cinematographer Sergio Herencias

I’ve contacted Sergio Herencias, a talented Swiss/Spanish Filmmaker and Cinematographer based in Zürich, Switzerland for an exclusive interview. Raised in a small village called Degersheim, Sergio has managed to turn his dream and great passion into a career. Cameraman.com: Tell Read more

Cine Gear 2013 - The Sony FS700 in the RAW

Art Adams and Adam Wilt present the Sony FS700 in the RAW, featuring the new 2K RAW High Frame Rate, and 4K RAW recording solutions. The seminar includes footage screening. Super-sampling: Spectacular HD or 4K 4K/2K RAW recording option Super 35mm Sensor Read more

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My first experience using Magic Lantern RAW

 

Model: Lea
Filmed & Edited by Martin Ureta
Music: Jake Bugg – Two Fingers
Software: Magic Lantern RAW v2.3 1920×1080 25fps – Card CF LEXAR 1000x

This is my first test using the Magic Lantern RAW during a photo shooting of my cousin Lea I did a month ago. The quality of the DNGs are pretty amazing. I used a Canon 5DMkIII with the 24-70mm 2.8L (@70mm)

Thanks for watching!

Martin
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More information about Magic Lantern workflow, Magic Lantern Editing and a lot more here: Nofilmschool.com/tag/magiclanternrawvideo/

 

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Anna Lisa by Nick DuPlessis

Model Anna Lisa shot by fashion and beauty photographer Nick DuPlessis.

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Model: Anna Lisa @ Ford Models
Shot & Edited by Nick DuPlessis
Music by The Civil Wars

Check out some photos from this shoot at: Nickduplessis.com

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Miranda Kerr Behind the Scenes

Here’s another sexy behind the scenes shot by Two Penguins Productions of Victoria’s Secret bombshell Miranda Kerr for GQ’s Love, Sex and Madness issue.


GQ photos here.

About Two Penguins

Two Penguins Productions is a full-service visual media lab equipped to execute every phase of motion picture and video production. Offices in Los Angeles, New York and Portland.

Founded by Daniel Fickle and Philip Buiser.
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The Making of Carla Kosak’s “Don’t Want Your Man” Video Clip

Director Kevin Otterness takes us behind the scenes of Carla Kosak’s “Don’t Want Your Man” music video.

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Title: MAKING OF “Don’t Want Your Man” Music Video
Director: Kevin Otterness
Producer: Brian Tedeschi
Camera: Kim St. Aubin
Production Assistants: Joe Petrick & Jeremy Hawkins
Editor & Colorist: Kevin Otterness
Production Company: posthousepictures.com

You can check out Carla Kosak’s “Don’t Want Your Man” Official Video Clip here.

About Kevin Otterness

Kevin Otterness got his start in the film business at age 7 when his father took him to see “Star Wars” in 1977. Walking out of the theatre, Otterness knew what he wanted to do for the rest of his life.

Today, Otterness owns and operates CINEARTISTS and POSTHOUSE PICTURES, two independent production companies. He produces and directs independent films, music video’s and behind-the-scenes documentaries, and his clients have benefited from his artistic camera work and editing talents since 2000.

Prior to branching off on his own, Otterness worked for a local public access station, where he created and produced one of the most successful cable access television shows in the country, “Technical Difficulties Television.” TDTV was a weekly entertainment program known for its high-energy, edgy, MTV-style approach to entertainment news in and around the Chicago area. The show ran for seven years and won several local and national awards.

Throughout his career, Otterness built an impressive resume that earned him recognition for his work as a Director of Photography, his fast paced editing style, and his ability to make small-budget projects look like million-dollar productions.

Director Kevin Otterness sets up the next shot

Director Kevin Otterness sets up the next shot

In December 2010 Kevin Otterness released his music video directorial debut, “Life Without Love,” performed by Dave Sills and produced by Brian Tedeschi. One week later the behind the scenes of “Life Without Love” was released.

Otterness also worked with one of his inspiring directors this year, Michael Bay. Otterness was cast as an FBI agent in the upcoming film TRANSFORMERS 3 “Dark of the Moon,” part of which was filmed in Chicago. He also was cast in Steven Soderbergh’s new film “Contagion” also shot in Chicago.

Though he’s never seen himself as an actor, Otterness believes it helps him as a director understand where his actors are coming from when on set.

In 2011, Otterness released his second music video, “Don’t Want Your Man” performed by Carla Kosak.

Making of Carla Kosak Video Clip

Making of Carla Kosak Video Clip

Otterness also plans on involving other Chicago area filmmakers in some other projects he has coming up this year.

You can follow Kevin Otterness on Twitter: Twitter.com/KevinOtterness

Facebook fan page: Facebook.com/pages/Kevin-Otterness/139381506121411

Kevin Otterness’s Blog: Kevinotterness.wordpress.com

 

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